PENDLETON -- Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts' "Art-makers Dinner" is 6 p.m. Sunday at Raphael's Restaurant, 233 S.E. Fourth St.
The fundraiser features food, music, live demonstrations and the sale of prints from Native American artists Rick Bartow, James Lavadour and Lillian Pitt, as well as other emerging artists.
There will be live demonstrations in contemporary printmaking and the traditional Native American arts offered at Crow's Shadow Prints from the 2008 Monothon fundraiser will also be available
Ticket are $20, which includes dinner, dessert and the chance to win a personal "New Zealand experience" with international artist Marty Vreede when he visits Crow's Shadow in September.
Vreede is a professional printmaker and papermaker who teaches at the Universal College of Learning in Wanganui, New Zealand.
Crow's Shadow is a nonprofit arts organization that aims to foster artistic development through such programs as printmaking residencies, public workshops and more.
Tickets are available at Crow's Shadow, Raphael's, the Great Pacific Wine & Coffee Co. and the Pendleton Center for the Arts.
For more information about Crow's Shadow or the dinner fundraiser, call 541-276-3954 or visit www.crowsshadow.org.